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Pop superstar Ariana Grande on Sunday, remembered her younger days of a Florida Panthers fan after an article about her being hit by two pucks and getting to ride in a Zamboni again to the surface.
The Sun Sentinel article from October. 10, 1998, showed the 5-year-old future chart-topper of driving the Zamboni at the Panthers’ arena.
Grande comments on her appearance in a tweet.
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“if I’m honest ….. this is exactly what I look like without eyelashes and my pony ….. anyone who knows me knows that I know ….. if …. I am five and twenty. I was five here. the only difference now is that the hand of the now says bbq grill finger,” she wrote.
The Boca Raton, Florida, younger only 5 years old when she was struck by two errant pucks while attending Panthers games – once on each wrist. At the moment, they had in every Panthers home game since she was just 2 years old, according to the Sun Sentinel.
“She’s a big fan that we bought her the ride at an auction,” Grande’s mother, Joan Grande-Butera, told the Sun Sentinel at the time.
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Since then, Grande is on the way to one of the most famous names in the music. She won her first Grammy Award on Sunday for Best Pop Vocal Album for “rich in fiber.”